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Grades K TO Gr. 11 — Westmount, QC (Map)



Many private schools in Canada have numerous graduates who have gone on to great things. Learn about a school’s most influential, important, successful, and famous alumni.

List of Alumni

Alumnus Grad Year Accomplishment
Janina Fialkowska 1967 Named a 2012 Governor General Performing Arts award winner. She received a 2012 Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award (Classical Music) in 2012.
Marianne McKenna 1968 Founding partner of KPMB Architects. She is an invested Officer of The Order of Canada "for her contributions as an architect, designing structures that enrich the public realm”.
Caroline Rhea 1981 Canadian stand-up comedian and actress, known for replacing Rosie O'Donnell as the hostess of her syndicated talk show, renamed The Caroline Rhea Show.
Eugenie Bouchard 2011 Professional Tennis Player.
Andréanne Morin 1998 Founding member of The Study’s Sports Hall of Fame. Andréanne is a 3-time Olympian and 8-time National Team athlete.
Phyllis Lambert Bronfman 1944 Founder of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Member of the Order of Canada, Knight of the National Order of Quebec.
Patricia Claxton 1947 Award-winning Canadian translator, primarily of Quebec literature.
Joan Ivory 1951 Esteemed member of the Order of Canada and tireless volunteer most notably with the MUHC and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Caroline Jo 2008 Recipient of the 2009 Top 20 Under
20 Award which annually recognizes 20 
of Canada's youth who have a meaningful impact on society.

What The Study says about their alumni network:

  • The Study Old Girls' Association aims to foster and maintain a lifelong bond between The Study and alumnae (Old Girls) through social, professional and fundraising initiatives that reflect the unique values and vitality of the school, and that allow Old Girls to remain connected to a strong, global Study community. There are more than 3,000 Study Old Girls living in 30 countries around the world and working in every conceivable industry. The Study Old Girls' Association (SOGA) exists to support that network and help prepare our current students for life after The Study.


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